Matt Ehret: Why Must Aesthetics Govern A Society Worthy Of Political Freedom?

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In the mid-1990s, a series of exposés featured on the London Independent and elsewhere brought a dark secret to light.

Many were startled by the revelation that the entire evolution of 20th century modern art was directed in large measure by the CIA! This not only included the direct financing of abstract painters like Jackson Pollock and Mark Rothko, whose works now regularly sell for over $100 million apiece, but also powerful literary magazines like Salon and Encounter, interpretive dance schools, and the remarkably ugly a-tonal music of Arnold Schoenberg.

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